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2010

22/12/2010 In the lead up to Christmas, Senator Catryna Bilyk collected food and toys as part of Colony 47’s Food and Toy Drive for Colony 47’s annual Christmas lunch. The response from the public was extraordinary, with many boxes of food and toys being left at the Senator’s Office.


29/11/2010 On the 29th of November 2010 Senator Catryna Bilyk attended the opening of the Channel Christian School’s Library and multipurpose room built with the assistance of $1.6 million from the Australian Labor Government’s Building the Education Revolution programme.


29/11/2010 Senator Catryna Bilyk was honoured to open the refurbished facilities at Dodges Ferry Primary School. These facilities have been made possible as part of the Australian Government’s Building the Education Revolution (BER) program. Dodges Ferry Primary received a total of $2,650,000 under the National School Pride (NSP) and Primary Schools for the 21st Century (P21) elements of the BER.


13/11/2010 On the 13th of November 2010 Senator Catryna Bilyk held a stall at the Huon show to listen to the concerns and hear the views of the Huon Valley community.


12/11/2010 Senator Catryna Bilyk was the official guest at the Burning of the Vines , an evening of traditional African singing and Dancing at Brookfield Vineyard. The event was organised by the Rotary Club of D’Entrecastreaux to raise money for the "One Tree School Project" in Southern Sudan. The "One Tree School Project" is an initiative of the World Without Boundaries Foundation to provide a building for a school in Southern Sudan where classes are currently conducted on a blackboard, underneath a tree.


11/11/2010 On Remembrance Day Senator Bilyk attended the memorial service at the Hobart Cenotaph to honour those that served in Australia’s Defence Forces, and in particular those that gave their life in the service of their country.


5/11/2010 Senator Catryna Bilyk attended the 50th Anniversary of Blackmans Bay Primary School which coincided with the completion of the schools redevelopment. Blackmans Bay Primary was successful in receiving almost $2.5M for the upgrade of classrooms and the construction of a multi-purpose hall under the Federal Government’s Building the Education Revolution scheme.

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St Aloysius Catholic College Fair

I was privileged to open this year's fair at St Aloysius Catholic College.
Nearly every school has a fair as a major fixture in their calendar - and not just for fundraising but for bringing the community together. It was lovely to see so many people brave the weather. 
Thank you for inviting me to open and congratulations on another successful fair.



13 November 2016


Parkinsons Australia

Last week I met with Parkinson's Australia CEO Steve Sant to discuss the issues that people living with Parkinson's face and how to improve their quality of life.

9 November 2016


Palliative Care Lunchbox Briefing

Pleased to chair a Lunchbox Briefing with Palliative Care Australia at Parliament House yesterday. Dr Peter Allcroft, Dr Linda Sheehan, Professor Ben White and Mr Simon Murphy engaged in a wide ranging conversation about the legal, ethical, and medical issues surrounding euthanasia and palliative care.


9 November 2016



Walk for Brain Cancer 2016

On Sunaday November 6, I was pleased to hold the third annual Walk for Brain Cancer Tasmania. We had over 300 walkers take part this year and raised over a staggering $40,000 to help end this insidious disease, which kills more Australian children than any other disease.  


6 November 2016




Barassi Debate 2016 Breakfast

The Lord’s Taverners Australia is a Federated autonomous organisation with branches in all States and Territories and approximately 3000 members. Since its inception in 1982, the organisation has raised and disbursed more than $10 million in cash and kind, with disbursements in 2012-13 in the order of $417,000 across a wide range of sports and recreational activities for disadvantaged or disabled young people.

  

20 August 2016


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